Get Healthy course to launch at Carrow Road30 April 2012
Young people who are not in education, employment or training (NEET) are being urged to sign up for a new course at Carrow Road.
Norfolk County Council and City College Norwich will be running the Get Healthy at NCFC course at the Norwich City Study Centre from Thursday 3 May.
The free, Level 1 course, is aimed at 15 to 18-year-olds and focuses on taking practical steps to improve health and to lead an active lifestyle. Students who complete the course will be given additional support to help them to progress onto further courses at City College.
The programme will focus on diet, living a healthy lifestyle and how to become fitter. Students will have the chance to learn in a Premiership football stadium, talk to experts at the club, try out a range of sports and practise different exercise skills.
The course and travel costs are funded by Youth East and City College Norwich and on completion the students will receive a £30 bursary.
Tutor Katie Cole said: “This is a fantastic opportunity which will give young people the chance to progress onto further sports qualifications at City College while learning at one of the region's biggest sporting venues.”
A kick off session will take place on Thursday 3 May 2012 from 10am. For more information, please call the NCFC Study Centre on 01603 218757 or e-mail firstname.lastname@example.orgPost a comment